Should there not be greater segregation in public life?

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Westerners seem to set themselves up to fail a lot of the time. You hear a lot of these cases of pupils getting pregnant either by other pupils or their ageing teachers, rape in general is a pressing issue and of course there are these various incidents that appear on YouTube every so often featuring somebody getting racially attacked on a bus etc...

Bearing all this in mind, would a return to some sort of apartheid system actually be a bad thing. Separation is necessary for peace, just look at NI in the 90s. To maintain public decency and safety in Saudi Arabia there are restaurants for families only, women only malls, same sex schools. We're gonna need this in London soon probably, but still all the rhetoric in the Gaydian etc is about integration/assimilation whereas we actually need the opposite for a peaceful society.
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(Original post by 80sUnderground)
Westerners seem to set themselves up to fail a lot of the time. You hear a lot of these cases of pupils getting pregnant either by other pupils or their ageing teachers, rape in general is a pressing issue and of course there are these various incidents that appear on YouTube every so often featuring somebody getting racially attacked on a bus etc...

Bearing all this in mind, would a return to some sort of apartheid system actually be a bad thing. Separation is necessary for peace, just look at NI in the 90s. To maintain public decency and safety in Saudi Arabia there are restaurants for families only, women only malls, same sex schools. We're gonna need this in London soon probably, but still all the rhetoric in the Gaydian etc is about integration/assimilation whereas we actually need the opposite for a peaceful society.
I'd get the hell out of Afro-Londonistan if I was you! 'Tis no place for an Englishman anymore. (That is if you are one.)

Yes, some folk just don't get along. Separatism is good. Separatism reduces conflict.
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I disagree, if people can't get along then the troublemakers should just be locked up.
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If we're going down the Saudi route, does that mean we'll be getting our own Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice?
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There are same sex schools in London.
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There are same sex schools in London.
They ALL should be.
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Peace held together by force and opression
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(Original post by 80sUnderground)
Westerners seem to set themselves up to fail a lot of the time. You hear a lot of these cases of pupils getting pregnant either by other pupils or their ageing teachers, rape in general is a pressing issue and of course there are these various incidents that appear on YouTube every so often featuring somebody getting racially attacked on a bus etc...

Bearing all this in mind, would a return to some sort of apartheid system actually be a bad thing. Separation is necessary for peace, just look at NI in the 90s. To maintain public decency and safety in Saudi Arabia there are restaurants for families only, women only malls, same sex schools. We're gonna need this in London soon probably, but still all the rhetoric in the Gaydian etc is about integration/assimilation whereas we actually need the opposite for a peaceful society.
no, we're really not gonna need this.
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(Original post by 80sUnderground)
They ALL should be.
Out of interest why?
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I disagree, if people can't get along then the troublemakers should just be locked up.
I disagree, we should instead move all those claiming benefits to Birmingham so they are all contained in a single area. They can then be controlled and further action taken if necessary
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Out of interest why?
To improve the learning process during adolescence and avoid associated distractions, reduce the likelihood of further teen pregs (highest in EU I think still) protect the honour, safety and welfare of female pupils, to ease the delivery of a gender specific curriculum, to avoid any potential teacher/pupil abuse, to avoid wasting of hours of time on sex ed. when this can be learnt at home, online, in the mosque or heaven forbid on the day of the marriage when it is actually supposed to be.
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I'd get the hell out of Afro-Londonistan if I was you! 'Tis no place for an Englishman anymore. (That is if you are one.)

Yes, some folk just don't get along. Separatism is good. Separatism reduces conflict.
You couldn't make this stuff up.

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(Original post by 80sUnderground)
Westerners seem to set themselves up to fail a lot of the time. You hear a lot of these cases of pupils getting pregnant either by other pupils or their ageing teachers, rape in general is a pressing issue and of course there are these various incidents that appear on YouTube every so often featuring somebody getting racially attacked on a bus etc...
Bearing all this in mind, would a return to some sort of apartheid system actually be a bad thing. Separation is necessary for peace, just look at NI in the 90s. To maintain public decency and safety in Saudi Arabia there are restaurants for families only, women only malls, same sex schools. We're gonna need this in London soon probably, but still all the rhetoric in the Gaydian etc is about integration/assimilation whereas we actually need the opposite for a peaceful society.
-Rape happens all around the world, it is not a UK specific problem. If anything, rape is a bigger problem in less developed countries, and places like Saudi, due to the taboo. At least women here report their rapes, rather than suffer in silence!

Teen pregnancy, I can agree is a problem in the West, but freedom has costs. And you can't change the culture of the UK from the liberal one it is now to the more conservative one it used to be, no way, so making single sex schools will reduce it, yeah, but it won't eradicate it, as you seem to plan to do.

-Racism is a big problem in the UK? Nowhere near as much in places rich Arab countries like Qatar, Dubai, Saudi Arabia. Forget racism, basic human rights for those migrating for economic reasons is practically non-existent. Granted, maybe these problems are based on racist beliefs, and a feeling of superiority. Videos exist of employers in these countries beating their workers and taking their passports so that they have no choice but to continue to work. Hardly a model for a peaceful society.

Arguing apartheid is not a bad thing is idiotic. The nature of it implies a superior group to another, so who would you choose to be the lower class?
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You couldn't make this stuff up.

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Are you not aware that London was found to be 55% non-native in 2011? God knows what it looks like now.

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-Rape happens all around the world, it is not a UK specific problem. If anything, rape is a bigger problem in less developed countries, and places like Saudi, due to the taboo. At least women here report their rapes, rather than suffer in silence!

Teen pregnancy, I can agree is a problem in the West, but freedom has costs. And you can't change the culture of the UK from the liberal one it is now to the more conservative one it used to be, no way, so making single sex schools will reduce it, yeah, but it won't eradicate it, as you seem to plan to do.

-Racism is a big problem in the UK? Nowhere near as much in places rich Arab countries like Qatar, Dubai, Saudi Arabia. Forget racism, basic human rights for those migrating for economic reasons is practically non-existent. Granted, maybe these problems are based on racist beliefs, and a feeling of superiority. Videos exist of employers in these countries beating their workers and taking their passports so that they have no choice but to continue to work. Hardly a model for a peaceful society.

Arguing apartheid is not a bad thing is idiotic. The nature of it implies a superior group to another, so who would you choose to be the lower class?
He's actually talking about racial separatism.
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...using Saudi Arabia as a good example ...
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Are you not aware that London was found to be 55% non-native in 2011? God knows what it looks like now.

55% is still a majority
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(Original post by WarIntNorth)
He's actually talking about racial separatism.
But in the OP he is talking about same sex schools and malls? Seems your own racist bias has clouded your reading comprehension. Poor dat
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55% is still a majority
Yes, a NON-NATIVE majority. London, the capital city of England, should be mass-majority English if being a capital city of a country means anything anymore.
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(Original post by Truths)
But in the OP he is talking about same sex schools and malls? Seems your own racist bias has clouded your reading comprehension. Poor dat
He mentions "integration/assimilation" which alludes to immigration, which alludes to ethnicity/race. So, no, I haven't got racial Tourette's. :P
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